After having to migrate to Windows 10 for security reasons, my system has now become as stable as... well, something that isn't entirely stable. At all. I've had no oppurtunity to work on the soundfont.
I was getting geared up for a release, but there are some things that can be fixed and possibly added. When I have a stable system to work on. Stay tuned.
Although progress on the licensing information is slow, and no new demos for a while, I am always working on the soundfont. All the extra time I put in, some things don't pan out, but others improve the overall sound for the better. It will just end with a more quality product. Mainly orchestrally focused, but the rest of the GM bank will also perform well in many cases.
Whilst going through my credits list, adding as much known licensing info as I can for all my sources, I found a supposed legitimate free soundfont using commercial samples. Not only that, they tried to hide it, inverted waveforms, renamed everything, make you sign up to access download, and forbid you of redistributing and commercial use unless you buy a license from them.
Known dodgy source instruments replaced. Better free sources found.
This late in the game, one instrument changed, another one added, numerous balancing fixes, and an even better more natural reverb setting alteration, "Four minutes ahead of schedule. Damn I'm good."